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Encinal Junior & Senior High School

Alameda Unified School District

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    Week of september 15th - UPDATED


    Hello Jet Families!  We’ve hit the mid-way point of September and the mid-way point of the First Quarter.  Last Friday marked the last day of the first progress report period.  Grades should be posted in AERIES no later than Friday of this week.  As a reminder, progress reports and reports cards are no longer mailed home.  All grades and grade reports can be viewed via the parent and student portals in AERIES.


    Speaking of grades, we have lots of resources available for students who are concerned about their grades.  The Student Center is open every morning at 7:00am for students who want a quiet place to study or to complete assignments.


    We also have student tutors available in the Student Center after school until 5:30, Mondays through Thursdays.  Tutors can be requested through the Student Center for students needing or wanting a little extra support during JETS as well.  Finally, the math department sponsors Math Bootcamps for Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 after school.  Dates and sign-ups should be available in the next couple of weeks.


    Island Bowl Champions:  The Jets are Island Bowl Champions!!  For the 10th time in the last 12 years, the Jets won the Island Bowl with a sound 42-0 defeat of our cross town rivals.  The JV team was also victorious over our rivals.  Great Job Jets!!


    Class Assemblies:  This week the sophomores and juniors will be attending class assemblies.  The Sophomores will have their assembly on Tuesday during JETS, while the Juniors will have their assembly on Wednesday during JETS.


    National Constitution Day:  On Tuesday, September 17th, Leadership students will be throwing a birthday party celebrating the 232rd birthday of the US Constitution.  They will be giving out birthday cake, registering students to vote and hosting American Trivia for prizes.  This will all take place on Tuesday at lunch in front of the Student Center.


    College Visits:  This week during JETS, representatives from Maryville College of St. Louis (Tuesday) and USC (Thursday) will be presenting in the College & Career Center.  Students should see Chris and Lee in the College & Career Center for passes.


    Athletic Boosters:  Our Athletic Boosters will be meeting this Wednesday, September 18th at Pier 29 (Ballena Bay) at 6:30pm.  Please come join this group that works tirelessly to support athletics at Encinal.


    Make-Up Senior Portraits:  Seniors who missed their Senior Portraits can schedule an appointment for Thursday or Friday of this week between the hours of 3:30pm and 8:00pm.  Portraits will be taken in the cafeteria.   These portraits are for the yearbook and there is no cost for the sitting.  Please call the studio at 1-877-825-7922 to schedule your appointment.


    Senior Contracts:  Senior Contracts were handed out at the Senior Class Assembly last week.  They are due back to their Government teachers, no later than Friday, September 20th.


    Climate Day of Action:  Friday, September 20th is the Climate Day of Action.  This event, sponsored by the youth of the world, plans to bring attention to the dire state of our environment just ahead of the Emergency UN International Climate Summit the following week.  We support our students who are working on behalf of this cause.


    Yearbooks:  Yearbooks can be purchased for $60 at  The price will increase to $65 starting on 9/30.

                                                     JET PRIDE!












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      About Us

      Encinal Junior Senior High serves a diverse group of students, and our academic programs reflect that diversity. We promote academic rigor, in-depth study, challenging coursework, and a range of study that complements a variety of student interests. The curriculum is college preparatory, filled with honors and Advanced Placement (AP) classes and allows for the individual progression of students’ aptitudes and interests during their stay at EJSH.

      The high school education program is structured so that every student will fulfill graduation and college entrance requirements. Our diverse educational programs ensure that students are competitive candidates for top colleges and universities.